The difficulty of forecasting the costs of decarbonisation has dominated the Treasury’s Net Zero Review, carrying on a theme from the interim review, published last year.
The government has laid out its plans for reaching net zero by 2050, including new EV charging funding, a review of the frequency of Contracts for Difference (CfD) auctions and green finance and innovation commitments.
The government is to offer grants of £5,000 for the installation of heat pumps from April 2022 as part of a new £450 million scheme to upgrade domestic heating infrastructure.
Current± caught up with two founding members of the world’s first climate-focused non-profit accelerator Subak to discuss how the organisation will drive change.
The UK is to become the first country in the world to detail how it would legislate to ensure the safe and effective rollout of fusion energy, the government has claimed.
PODCAST: What’s causing Europe’s power market volatility; M&A and investing flows into energy storage
As power prices across Europe continue to go haywire, Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe attempt to explain the numerous contributing factors in this month’s episode of the Solar Media Podcast.
The UK is lagging behind other European countries such as Finland, Norway and Sweden in making changes to increase the flexibility of the grid.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy is to continue to be led by Kwasi Kwarteng following the latest cabinet reshuffle.
The UK is still off track in meeting its 2050 net zero goal, although policies in the pipeline could help this, Green Alliance has found.